Monumental Sports, the joint-venture firm that owns and operates the Washington D.C. Capitals (NHL) and Wizards (NBA) teams, has just announced that the special-event projection system, slated for removal at the conclusion of the teams’ 2017–2018 playoffs, will return next season as a permanent fixture at Capital One Arena.

Monumental Sports’ Senior Vice President of Marketing and Brand Strategy, Hunter Lochmann announced yesterday, “We are excited to partner with locally-headquartered Quince Imaging to bring Capitals’ and Wizards’ fans first-class, in-game entertainment when they attend home games at Capital One arena. We’ve watched their work with various NBA & NHL teams – always shared as best practices across both leagues – and look forward to taking our presentations to the next level. Playoff season has been fun, but we are even more excited to partner with Quince throughout the 2018-19 seasons and beyond.”

Washington Capitals Playoff Opening Night from Quince Imaging on Vimeo.

The permanent system, which will feature the same innovative technology seen during the Capitals’ playoff debut and Wizards’ playoff home-game debut will be the first permanent installation of this magnitude ever implemented in professional sports. More here.

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